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    This is a very yummy and a much healthier alternative to traditional potato salad. Not only is it lower in calories, it is safe to stay outside during a cookout without the worry of the mayo getting spoiled. My husband, who is a very picky eater, devours this every time I make it. This recipe is a slightly adapted version from Top Chef's Carla Hall. She adds 1/4 cup slivered kalamata olives to hers, but I leave it out just because I don't like olives. I always use gourmet fingerling potatoes which come in all different colors (red, purple, yellow...). It makes for a beautiful and colorful salad.

    Recipe #434432

    I'm not a vegetarian, although I used to be one for 13 years, and even though I eat meat, I like to try to use meat sparingly. I love baked tofu, but most of the recipes I've come across are soy sauce marinades. I love the taste, but the sodium is just to high to do often. While looking for other tofu recipes, I found this one. With this recipe, they suggest sauteing in a pan. However, I like to bake mine. Just put some parchment paper down on a pan and bake until a little golden and crispy (usually about 20-30 min.) This is from the website

    Recipe #434425

    I am a proud Baltimorean and this is a summer staple in traditional Baltimore bakeries. My son and I picked some peaches from the local orchard, and since we had way too many, this was a perfect recipe for us. This is from Some recipes, including this one, suggest letting the cake cool. However, sometimes I'm so excited I eat it warm and it's delicious. The juices don't get to sink into the cake as much, though. Some recipes also suggest sprinkling cinnamon on top of the peaches, but I like it without. Feel free to adapt, though.

    Recipe #434405

    I'm in love with Ellie Krieger. I use her So Easy cookbook at least 2 times a week. All the recipes are delish and very healthy. This is a healthy take on baked beans. My husband (who is very into full fat flavor) requests this dish at least twice a month. (It's my secret that it's good for him and doesn't take much effort in the kitchen!) Sometimes I use a maple ham and I usually let it simmer for an hour instead of 15 min, but 15 min. works fine, too. Ellie Krieger suggests all the canned goods be low sodium for better health.

    Recipe #433909

    My son has an egg allergy and we wanted him to eat pancakes as light and fluffy as the ones we love. After all, we don't want to cook twice! You can adjust the cinnamon and vanilla to your tastes. Top with real maple syrup or fruit preserves. I used whole milk because my son is under 2, but you can easily use 2% or skim. He loves to eat these pancakes. I spread the left overs on a cookie sheet and place them in the freezer for a few hours. Then I toss them in a big ziploc bag and place back in the freezer so he can take them to his daycare.

    Recipe #354622

    This smoothie provides lots of nutrition, antioxidants, fiber, and taste without the dairy that upsets the breastfeeding baby's tummy. It's super quick and easy. For extra clean-up ease, after pouring the smoothie, add water and a drop or two of soap to the blender and blend for a moment. It gets rid of all the berry seeds that get stuck to the blender.

    Recipe #277166

    My mother always made this homemade spaghetti sauce. It is VERY different from anything in a jar. The flavor is smoky, due to the bacon. Depending on your tastes, you may want to reduce some of the bacon. It is a great fall/winter sauce and lends an interesting flavor to lasagna and baked ziti.

    Recipe #179350

    Yummy little appetizer/munchie perfect for a luau. I got this recipe from my friend Mary Lynne who made it for a bridal shower. It's dainty, elegant, and really tasty! Even people who say they hate coconut seem to like this recipe. These go fast!

    Recipe #177776

    While at a wine cafe, I tasted the best meatloaf of my life. It was comforting, and classy, and the carrots gave the meatloaf a nice color and flavor. The chef there holds all his recipes as top secret, so I tried to recreate this recipe the best I could once I got home. This is the closest I've come; I combined several different recipes. This tastes best with a red wine reduction poured over top, but I'm still perfecting that part.

    Recipe #157855

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